The following information was supplied by the Suffolk County Police Department. A criminal charge is only an accusation, and does not indicate convictions.
Freddy Fortunato, 19, of Deer Park, was arrested May 7 in Commack and charged with petit larceny. Police said Fortunato, an employee of located at 45 Crooked Hill Road, was discounting customers' purchases and pocketing the difference in cash.
Wade Springs, 50, of Seaford, was arrested May 8 in Commack and charged with petit larceny. Springs stole assorted merchandise from the located at 5025 Jericho Turnpike.
Russell DiMaria, 50, of Deer Park, was arrested May 8 in Commack and charged with petit larceny. DiMaria stole food and other merchandise from the at 1 Garet Place.
Jessica Fabyanski, 32, of Commack, was arrested May 9 in Farmingville and charged with petit larceny. Fabyanski stole assorted items from the Kmart located at 2280 County Road 83 in Farmingville.
Sara Badri, 28, of West Babylon, was arrested May 8 in Commack and charged with criminal mischief. Badri keyed the side door of a Toyota minivan in the parking lot of Home Goods located at 6 Henry Street.
Loareain Brewton, 27, of Wyandanch, was arrested May 10 in Commack and charged with petit larceny. Brewton stole clothing from the located at 85 Crooked Hill Road.
Lovely Wood, 26, of Wyandanch, was arrested May 10 in Commack and charged with petit larceny. Wood stole clothing and other merchandise from the located at 85 Crooked Hill Road.
Richard Robbins, 21, of Northport, was arrested May 13 in Commack and charged with DWI and obscene language/gestures. Robbins was pulled over at 2 a.m. into the on Jericho Turnpike, where he made threatening remarks to police officers.
Brian Ferner, of Commack, was arrested May 13 in West Babylon and charged with obstructing a government administrator, resisting arrest, criminal possession of a controlled substance and DWAI. Ferner was found in possession of crack cocaine and, when officers attempted to handcuff him, struggled violently. He was taken to the West Babylon police station, where he refused to be fingerprinted.
A 17-year-old Commack resident was arrested May 13 in Smithtown and charged with criminal contempt. Iovino violated an order of protection by threatening another male with a pitbull.